Inland Traveler to play benefit for FOCUSWritten by Stacy Jurich | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Inland Traveler’s clean indie-folk sound complements our romantic and ambrosial spring evenings and intensifies feelings under a soft afternoon sun.
The Brooklyn-based musical collective will perform twice in the Toledo area as part of its Midwest tour May 11 and 12.
The trio consists of singer-songwriters Gerald Edward, Katie Locke and Toledo-native Lucas Madrazo. An eclectic blend of Americana and modern influences, Inland Traveler has a refreshing emphasis on harmony and storytelling hearkening back to the vocal-heavy supergroups of the 1970s.
Last fall, the group released its debut EP, “Rivers Always Run” after a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Inland Traveler toured in Ohio at the end of 2012 and including a performance at The Tree Bar in Columbus and an intimate dinner show for a packed and dimly lit dining room at The Happy Badger in Bowling Green. Its upcoming concerts will be just as special.
On May 11, Inland Traveler will play a show at The Millennium Theatre at Maumee Valley Country Day School at 7 p.m. There is a $10 suggested donation with the majority of proceeds benefiting FOCUS Toledo in honor of Mother’s Day.
FOCUS is an organization aiming to provide the necessary skills and steps to emerge from homelessness and poverty, and gain economic and social stability in the Toledo area.
The trio will return to The Happy Badger on May 12 for a dinner concert. Guarantee a seat and dinner by making reservations through The Happy Badger. This evening will be a pleasure for all of your senses, with an exclusive and locally sourced Spring Supper Club menu from the Badger.
For more information, visit inlandtraveler.bandcamp.com.